The season finale captures the beauty of tragedy and what’s actually “Breaking Bad” itself.
“BlacKkKlansman” is a very, very important film for everyone to watch, which captures the perfection of humor and tragedy.
“91 Days” is a show about the tragedy, revenge, mafia-like “The Godfather”, and a criminal piece of gangster and violence.
“Place to Place” is more than a place to place but this is a happy-theme relaxing paradise.
“The Quintessential Quintuplets” ended with one of the most favorable harem anime of the year.
This season is a representation of a pessimism grows up as analog.
“Gotti” is stuck in a mafia wanna-be movie circle and a biopic that “ruins” the biography of John Gotti itself.
“My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU TOO!” provided a rom-com story with everything getting better.
“Trigun” is a lesson of storytelling.
And that’s why the fourth season is a powerful illustration in describing “Breaking Bad” we know.